Da Vinci: The Lost Treasure
Leonard da Vinci is considered one of the greatest artists who ever lived, yet his reputation rests on only a handful of paintings. Fiona Bruce (Fake or Fortune?) attempts to uncover the story of this enigmatic genius, making a sensational discovery along the way: the recent find of a Leonardo painting, thought to have been lost centuries ago.
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